Earnings concerns, a high valuation and increasing competition all suggest vulnerability.
Once down 177 points, the Dow closes off 25 on speculation Europe is negotiating a serious debt deal. Health care shares are mostly flat, but hospital operators soar. Research In Motion will cut a third of its workforce.
The stock's valuation makes it look too cheap not to take a bite.
Promoting company insiders to the top spot seems to be in the best interest of shareholders.
Hewlett-Packard comes in at No. 2 as the US reclaims the lead spots.
The software giant could unveil a tablet computer, while the pet supply retailer is raising its dividend.
The tech company's shares are dirt cheap.
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